Clinton’s Private Email Drip, Drip, Drip Dominates The Morning Shows
On Wednesday, the State Department released 6,000 pages of Hillary Clinton’s private emails. One of the big stories following this release was that 215 emails that Clinton sent or received were deemed classified, more than doubling the total number of classified emails on Clinton’s server.
The Associated Press later reported “Russia-linked hackers tried at least five times to trick Hillary Rodham Clinton into infecting her computer systems while she was secretary of state, newly released emails show.”
This story was a main topic of discussion on the morning shows.
NBC’s Today Show:
ABC’s Good Morning America:
CBS’s This Morning:
The other big news from Wednesday was the release of the campaigns’ third quarter fundraising numbers. Sen. Bernie Sanders was narrowly outraised by Hillary Clinton, something former Obama advisor David Axelrod called “stunning.”
Oh, and Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager and Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio still refuses to endorse Clinton.
At least Hillary Clinton’s campaign is still the front-runner for worst week in Washington.